The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1957 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 8, 1957
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1-AffWia (18.) Uf»J»*f d*i Mdtrrt* thundery, August 8, 1957 Installation By Auxiliary As Legion Elects Wesley — At the rrgulr.r mooting of the American Lo^ini Auxiliary Thursday evening Aug. 1. Mrs Edna Flom. a p;is< president, in«1alled Mary Lou Studer as prpsident; Kilh Youn:' wirth. vice president; Nyla Ne\v brough. secretary: Helen John- sdn, treasurer. Rosalie DeBoer. Sgt. At Arms; Lovene Goctz historian; and Rita Ricke. chaplain. The membership party will be held Thursday evening. September 5. A free membership will be given to a lucky member. A pot luck lunch will be served after the party. Mary Lou Studer and Nyla Newbrouah will be ift charge of entertainment and Rita Youngwirth and Eileen .Tohnson in charge of the lunch Jtldy Pfeffer wil give a report of her attendance at Girls State. Lorene Ooetz received the attendance prize. Pauline Pfeffer and Dolores Madsen served lunch. Louis Simpson was recently elected commander of the American Legion; Art Plathe. vice- commander, Joe Johnson. Adjutant and Ed Johnson, finance officer. Ex-Residenl Dies Mr and Mrs Otto Henderson received word Sunday of the death of Mrs Ed Meyers on Aug 3 at Cedar Rapids. Funeral services and burial took places there Wednesday, Aug. 7. Mr and Mrs Meyer fa; nn\! ninny years on their farm rs--^h Vvesity .now teririiHi':i by >.v . -:, ; Mrs Jens Anriri MT, fn<> • ^ ••.. id some s:\ yea:s ;i ;•...• i;:\.i :;: ' v- . • to F.agie drove anj \':>.\..i • ) Ccdnr Kapids to be nesr thf:>. only ctaugn';i.'r ;tn,i }HT l.iinu. Mrs Miyers has been in poo health since a fail !\vo years a£^ and much of the time v. as confined to a wheel c'.i:nr. Although handicapped by deafness ?he \v~ii! long be remembered here for lur kindly and thoughtful attitude toward all people. A baby girl was born Friday Aug. 2 to Mr and Mrs Hcvbei'i Knerht at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Ed Weig took his son Louis to a University hospital. Iowa City. Thursday, Aug. 1, for a check-up on his asthmatic condition. Mr and Mrs Chnrles Cleeton and two sons of Des Moinos were guests in the Dr. Warner home several days last week. Mr and Mrs Win. Halvorsen and family of Coralville and Rev. and Mrs Slrced and family of Britt were Saturday evening dinner guest:-in the Warner home. Sunday guests in the Dr. Paul Warner home were her parents. Mr and Mrs Win. Wall and sons of Comfry, Minn, and her sister and family. Mr and Mrs A. C Discher and family of Darfur. Minn. Rev. and Mrs R. G. Jones and three daughters are on vacation so there will be no services or Sunday School in the Methodist Church August 11 and 18. W.S.C.S. met Wednesday. Aug. 7 in the Methodist church with Mrs Richard Madsen, Mrs Veva Lease and Mrs Earl Robinson as hostesses. Terry, Tommy and David of Algona spent Aug. 1-4 with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Al Wagner. i Mrs Irene Studer of Algona i \vas a Sunday dinner guest of Helm Johnson, and that she visited her sister, Oberhehr. at Corwith. Mrs A M.- (JU-nn Mcrrin. the former I'-nr R >s? Sc;>nr,n. and son Mike x>; Ka:isas City. MIX came Mon- v.,,y ;,T several days visit vvitl. *>tv iirandr.'iother, Mrs Jennie Luki n find with her aunt, Mrs Viola Stucier and other relatives. Dr. and Mrs L. F Smith and son Paul of Fort Dodge an:i gnmdson David Prmgle 6f low;. Falls we iv weekend guests of Mrs Smith's brother L. II. and Vincent Kleinpeter and other relatives here. Lawrence Koppen was taken to Mercy hospital. Mason City Sunday for medical care. Mrs Carl Froehlich returned home Sunday from Chicago where she had spent a week with her daughter Donna, Mrs Grover Foote, her husband and their first-born a son who arrived July 23. Janet Goetz, oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Philip Goetz went to Sargeant, Minn. Saturday morning to spend a week with her grandparents, Mr arid Mrs Mike Goetz. Mrs Oscar Monson' and infant son were brought home Sunday from the Britt hospital where the baby was born Wednesday, July 31. They have another small son Larry. The new baby has been named Randy Michael. Mr and Mrs Schaub moved last week from an Al Loebig apartment into the Alne property on Main street where Mr and Mrs Alne had lived a number of years and where she operated her beauty shop. A family picnic was held Sunday at the Roy Kollasch home in honor of her brother, Mr and Mrs Lewis Priester and family oi Dallas, Texas who are spending a week with his parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Priester of Whittemore. A baby girl was born Jyly 24 to Mr and Mrs Bernard Efdmaii of Cedar Rapids. The infant has been named Ellert trtd she has two brothers and lwt> sisters. Mi and Mrs Paul Erdmah ftre thi paternal grandparents. Mrs Bennie Studer was brought home Saturday truni Mercy hospital, Mason City where she had been four day* for treatment of varicose veins. Mrs L. f. Root entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs Tom Forburget was a guest. Mrs Effie Brewer and five children of Waterloo spent the weekend with Mrs Fay Hutchim son and family. Mrs Roy Hut* chinson, who was seriously iti» jured in a car accident in April returned to her home irt Watetlos recently from Houston, Texas where she has been hospitalised. Mr and Mrs Herman Lyons and family spent the Weekend at the parental, Ed Hildman Home and with relatives in Algona, Mr and Mrs Julius Kelch and family, Worthington, Minn. Were Saturday overnight guests of Gayle Studers and Vic Studer On Sunday they attended a Kelch family reunion at Clarion. The Julius Matz family also attended the gathering. Ann, Susan and Jimmie Kohlhaas, children of Mr and Mrs Vernon Kohlhaas of Washington D. C. spent several days last week at the George Ricke home. The family are visiting relatives In Algona. ' Girl, 3, Gashed Wesley — Kim Marie, 3 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Martinek, suffered a severe gash in her forehead on Friday oi last week. She and her brother, Jerry Bob were playing under a wagon. As she raised up to run away her head was cut by an extending bolt. Four stitches were required to close the wound. Next total eclipse of the sun will be Oct. 12, 1958. CON We Made BooBoos! Our August Clearance Sale, which starte d last week, has really been going great guns. People certainly have been taking advantage of the gigantic savings we're offering. But there's many, many more great buys still left. We've counted at least 101 buyer's blunders tha|,haye been made by our head buyer. He^ouldjiave his, head examined, or should stick to buying- heads am} not furnitfer Our business is to sell furniture—and not storing it. There is only one way to keep the head buyer from becoming the truck driver's helper — AND THAT'S TO MOVE THE . REMAINING MERCHANDISE THAT'S ON SALE. We thought the merchandise would sell when we bought it, but we were wrong. But you won't go wrong at the sensational reductions we're offering oh this quality stock. THIS SALE POSITIVELY ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT! The sale tags will be gone come next Monday morning. Don't make the mistake of passing up this sale. WE'LL BE TAKING A GREAT LOSS IN PROFIT WITH EVERY SALE WE MAKE! YOU GAIN! WE LOSE! (P.S. Think we'll send our head buyer back to the "Acme School for Furniture Buyers). LAUGH AT US! LAUGH WIT ^^_lj^ _ _._._,_. •_ ^^^^™^ " • _^^^^t ' MMk Bffl • • ^^^^±. • IHH Km HWbttiiMt OF I I O N O U R UYI l.|*£i I STAKES! BEDROOM SUITES • LIVING ROOM SUITES • KITCHEN DINETTES • CHAIRS • ROCKERS • LAMPS • CEDAR CHESTS \ ON MANY SALE ITEMS! WHAT'S 90 OFF? COME m Am m MIRACLE WHIP SALAD DRESSING >C QT. JAR Jiffy Assorted Flavor CAKE MIX JACK SPRAT JACK SPRAT OLEO Hi-C ORANGE Frozen Dollar Buys MINUTE MAID - 12 02, minute /VYAIU — 12 wi. ^^ FRUIT COCKTAIL.5for $1 WESTERN WONDER CALIFORNIA, 10-oz. pkg. STRAWBERRIES ...5 for $ MAINE OIL SARDINES SUNKIST - 6 OZ. CAN LEMONADE. SEA PAK - Ready To Eat or Raw — FISH STICKS 4for$_l 1 WEEK ONLY - GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM 1 2 gal. MAYFLOWER NO. 300 CAN HEINZ NEW PACK TALL CAN Tomato Soup only NEW PACK NO. Sturgeon - WAS 1.69 Cherries FANCY HAVANA CLUB PINEAPPLE 5 7o fo" ns 49C 'SALLY ANN LARGE ROUND ANGEL FOOD 59c Values QQffe Only WWW WELCHES GRAPELADE Large 20 oi. ^50 A Jar &3C PORK ROAST Tenderloin End Ib. BEEF ROAST Lean U.S. Good Ib. At The Produce Counter Jumbo, Vine Ripened - AT THEIR BEST Cantaloupe. 2 for CRISP JUMBO PASCAL CELERY 1ft SUNKIST LEMONS 39c Doz. TOP OF THE SEASON FOR CANNING CALIFORNIA ELBERTA PEACHES LAST CHANCE FOR CANNING Frozen Cherries, Strawberries TENDERLOIN END PORK CHOPS Ib. FRESH TRIMMED Pork CUTLETS Ib. HORMEL'S ALL MEAT MINCED nv/nmcL 9 MM. mcMI mircvEU ^| j^^^ -» BOLOGNA.... Ib. 490 HORMEL'S ALL MEAT FRANKS...... Ib. HORMEL'S SLICED BACON ib. 63C BELTSVILLE WHITE 4-8 IB. TURKEYS .. Ib, HQMi DRESSED SPRING' FRYERS ALL CUTS VEAL LAMB

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